One Year Later: Reflections and Resiliency after the Boulder Shooting (April 10, 2022) featured the CU Center for Humanities & the Arts (CHA)’s Humanities @ Home competition winners and community members Jen Douglas, undergraduate student; Jessica Lawson, Instructor and alumna; and Ross Taylor, Assistant Professor of Journalism. The event will be moderated by Divisional Dean for Arts and Humanities John-Michael Rivera, whose research focuses on gun violence. Our panelists spoke on their art, their process, and how the act of creating has helped each of them reflect upon the March 22 Boulder Shooting at the Table Mesa King Soopers.
Thank you to everyone who joined Colorado Chautauqua and CU Boulder's Center for Humanities & the Arts for this in-person event showcasing resiliency through the creation of art as a response to gun violence in our local community.
With Opening Remarks from: Phil DiStefano (CU, Chancellor)
To view more information on the Humanities @ Home competition, see here.